In New Jersey, the child support program is supervised by the state Department of Human Services, Division of Family Development, Office of Child Support Services, and is administered in individual counties.
The research library's collections are a resource for all New Jersey residents. Holdings include more than two million volumes in a general collection and special collections in law, genealogy, New Jersey documents, Jerseyana, U.S. documents, rare books, maps and grant information for non-profit organizations.
This is a full-text archive of the Opinions of the New Jersey Courts, including the Supreme Court, from March, 1994 to date, the Superior Court Appellate Division and the Tax Court from September, 1995 to date.
The New Jersey State Police frequently receives inquiries from government, business, and citizens on the regulations and procedures for obtaining an individual's criminal history record. This web-site has been developed to assist you in answering the most common questions asked about this process.
The New Jersey State Police is making visible the following profiles of unidentified deceased & living (persons of any age who are unable to ascertain their identities, for example, an amnesia victim, person with alzheimer’s or an infant) individuals found in the State of New Jersey.
The State Bureau of Vital Statistics and Registration maintains birth, marriage, and death records from 1878 to the present. Civil union records are available from 2007 to present. Domestic partnership records are available from 2004 to the present.
New Jersey Birth Certificate, Death Record, Marriage license and other vital records
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